Some exceptionally gifted players have come from overseas to light up the Premier League, and we are celebrating the talent that has arrived from a few selected nations.
We are looking at the achievements of the Premier League’s top Americans, and we want to know who you think has been the best.
Over the years, American goalkeepers have made a significant contribution to the competition.
Leading PL numbers for Americans
|Brad Friedel||450||Clint Dempsey||57||Clint Dempsey||19|
|Tim Howard||399||Brian McBride||36||Brian McBride||9|
|Clint Dempsey||218||Roy Wegerle||13||Landon Donovan||6|
|Kasey Keller||201||Carlos Bocanegra||8||Roy Wegerle||6|
|Geoff Cameron||168||Joe-Max Moore||8||DeAndre Yedlin||5|
Friedel became just the second goalkeeper in Premier League history to score when he netted for Blackburn in a 3-2 defeat at Charlton Athletic in February 2004.
He still holds the record for most consecutive appearances in the competition by any player, with 310.
Another goalkeeper to score was Tim Howard. He also racked up 132 clean sheets for Manchester United and Everton over a 12-year period, which equals the tally of Friedel and is a joint-record for an American shot-stopper.
At the other end, Clint Dempsey was the first American to net a Premier League hat-trick and his 57 goals and 19 assists are leading totals for his country.
His 17 goals in 2011/12 for Fulham are also the most by an American in a single campaign.
Brian McBride is also fondly remembered for his time with Fulham and was named club captain ahead of the 2007/08 campaign. They would even go on to name their hospitality bar at Craven Cottage after him.
But which American has been the greatest to ever grace the Premier League?
You can watch a video of great American goals above, and have a look at some eye-catching numbers in the table, before voting below.